|11 04 14 ( Salonika) - John Deos|
songs for Salonika
Keywords: Salonika; Thessaloniki; radio musicheaven
|"The ghosts of "the sons of Abdullah"; converters to Islam in Thessaloniki during 15th century", Thessalonikeon Polis 19 (May 2006) 134â139 [in Greek] - Evanghelos Hekimoglou|
A paper published by a Greek scholar magazine, presenting data about the converters ("sons of Abdullah" as they were usually named by the Muslims) and their high percentage between the population of Thessaloniki (Selanik), a relatively big Ottoman city in 15th century. The paper approaches critically Prf. Mazower's study for Thessaloniki.
Keywords: Salonika; converters; Islam; Mazower
|Byzantine Sources for History of the Peoples of Yugoslavia|
Authors and Editors: Institute for Byzantine Studies Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, 1955, v. I, 19-51 pp.
Keywords: Procopius Caesariensis - John of Ephesus - St. Demetrius of Salonika - Theophanes the Confessor - Anastasius Bibliothecarius
|5 Song Set - Episode 58: Songs to Cheer You Up - 5 Song Set|
Episode 58: Songs to Cheer You Up5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On May 31, 2013, Episode 58 of the podcast was released. Sometimes, when life isn't treating you or those you love very kindly, music can cut through the darkness...
Keywords: 5 song set; music podcast; kazoo; kazoo salonika; Dmitriy Samoylenko; De Bruces A Mi; SK Simeon; Zaz
|Yiddish and Ladino: Understanding Jewish Languages - Yiddish Book Center|
Sephardic Studies professor and author Sarah Abrevaya Stein talks about editing the translation of a Ladino memoir into English and how her internship at the Yiddish Book Center shaped her understanding of Jewish languages. Episode 41 September 4, 2012 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts
Keywords: Emma Morgenstern; Ladino; Salonika; Sarah Stein; Sephardic culture; Steiner Summer Yiddish Program; Translation; Yiddish; Yiddish Book Center Audio
|Proceedings of IV International Seminar on Bulgarian History, Smolyan, 11 - 13 May 2006|
Authors and Editors: Iskra Baeva and Plamen Mitev (with Christian Promitzer, Philip Shashko et al.) St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, Sofia, 2008, 92 (855) pp.
Keywords: Moses of Chorene and the Balkan Peninsula; Prince Alexander I of Bulgaria; Salonika Issue and Balkan Wars 1912-13; Bio-politics and Racism in Kingdom of Bulgaria; Roma Population in Post-communist Bulgaria; Sofia from Architectural Point of View; Teaching of Bulgarian History Abroad